1. "National Board of Review Selects 'Her' as Best Picture." The Los Angeles Times' Susan King reports on the latest round of awards. Related: The New York Film Critics Circle's winners. "Spike Jonze's quirky love story about a lonely...Show More Summary
At least not yet. But some people want it to, and they’re using an insignificant award show as a catalyst. Last night, Jennifer “The Human GIF Machine” Lawrence won Best Supporting Actress at the New York Film Critics Circle for her role as a reckless housewife in American Hustle, which promises to be, at the very least, the most ass-slappiest movie of the year.
Following yesterday's New York Film Critics Circle Awards announcement, today the National Board of Review is offering their picks. Last year, like with the NYFCC, Zero Dark Thirty won the top prize. This year, to prove they have diverse tastes, Her was the bigger winner, winning both best film and... More »
Not to be outdone by their entirely fictional counterparts at the Gotham Awards, the New York Film Critics Circle undertook their annual joining of hands to form a sacred critics' ring, into which they cast stones at a virgin theater usher until the blood spelled out the names of this year’s best movies. Show More Summary
1. "'American Hustle' Wins New York Film Critics Circle's Best Picture, But It Was a Close One." For Indiewire, Sam Adams analyzes the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, announced yesterday. Related: The complete list of NYFCC winners. Show More Summary
Jared Leto sat down with Jon Stewart last night to talk about his critically-acclaimed performance as a transsexual in Dallas Buyers Club. Leto yesterday was awarded Best Supporting Actor by the New York Film Critics Circle. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP......
For a second year in a row, the New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC), made up of New York-based print critics, were first out of the gate with their awards, meeting in person for their vote, which was heavily weighed towards David O....Show More Summary
Remember how many awards Jennifer Lawrence won for Silver Linings Playbook last year?? Well, she should start reworking her acceptance speech and practice walking up stairs because she might be in for another banner awards season! J. Law just took home the NY Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress in American Hustle! ZOMG. [...]
Gearing up for another busy awards season, the New York Film Critics announced the 2013 winners of their Circle Awards on Tuesday (December 3). The winners are voted in by members of New York's newspapers, magazines and online mediaShow More Summary
This week saw the two first awards ceremonies of the season, which mostly split the good between films, with the Gotham awards giving a prize to the Coen Brothers‘ Inside Llewyn Davis, while the New York Film Critics Circle went heavy on David O. Russell‘s American Hustle. This week was also important as all the [...]
This afternoon, New York film critics gathered in a circle with a computer in the middle and one by one tweeted the winners of their annual awards. Last year, Zero Dark Thirty won best picture, back before people thought a movie featuring Chris Pratt was a political issue. This year, American Hustle won... More »
The New York Film Critics Circle has announced its award winners for the year’s film season! Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle) and Jared Leto (Dallas Buyer’s Club) were announced early on in the list of winners, which were revealed over the course of the day. Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) took home the Best Actress prize, while [...]
The New York Film Critics Circle has become one of the earliest groups to vote on the year’s best performances in film, kicking off a slew of critics organizations whose results can serve as if not Oscar predictors then maybe Oscar leaners. Show More Summary
The European Film Academy has unveiled the nominees for the 26th European Film Awards. Felix van Groeningen’s Berlin Panorama Audience Award winner, The Broken Circle Breakdown, leads the pack with five nods in each of the top categories. Show More Summary
Netflix acquires rights to the political film 'The Square,' a frontrunner in the upcoming Academy Award race for best documentary. Can "The Square" put Netflix in Oscar circles?
The New York Film Critics Circle over the past couple of years has jumped to the front of the pack among a spate of early Oscar predictors, opting to be the first group to bestow its annual film awards. This year the NYFCC has set its vote for December 3, with a ceremony date and venue to be determined. Show More Summary
uMedia To Remake Johnnie To’s ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ Brussels-based uMedia has secured the remake rights to Johnnie To’s Don’t Go Breaking My Heart for an English-language redo. The 2011 romantic comedy is a Hong Kong-set love triangle. Show More Summary
Ron Howard is circling Warner Bros. In The Heart of the Sea, a 19th century drama based on the eponymous National Book Award winner by Nathaniel Philbrick. The film already has Chris Hemsworth attached to star as a first mate aboard the Essex, the doomed ship whose encounter with a ... More »
Fantabulous! Emily Blunt attended the London Critics' Circle Film Awards in, well, London on Sunday night, and she looked like a billion bucks! After opting for white on several occasions, the 29-year-old finally crossed over to the dark side in a seductive black Alexander McQueen gown. The dress featured a square neckline and cut-out back, and was cinched [...]
Stepping out for an enjoyable evening, Emily Blunt showed up on the red carpet for the London Critics' Circle Film Awards on Sunday (January 20) in London. Elegant in a floor-length sleeveless black dress with a gold embellished belt,...Show More Summary